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What Is a Prostate Orgasm?

By Marco Sumayao
Updated Mar 03, 2024
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A prostate orgasm is an orgasm in men derived primarily through stimulation of the prostate gland, rather than the more conventional penile stimulation. The organ is often compared to the Gräfenberg Spot, or G-Spot, in women, which reportedly induces more intense orgasms than sole stimulation of the genitals. A prostate orgasm is achieved by massaging the prostate gland, found near the anterior part of the rectal wall. Some experts believe that achieving a prostate orgasm can reduce the symptoms of and prevent prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia. On the other hand, the methods used to induce the orgasm can result in numerous health risks, most common of which is periprostatic hemorrhaging.

The prostate gland's chief function in males is to store prostatic fluid, a milky-white substance that comprises up to 30 percent of an individual's semen at ejaculation. The prostate normally gets stimulated during conventional sexual stimulation, secreting the fluid when an individual achieves orgasm. Individuals have found that more direct stimulation of the gland results in sensations comparable to sexual pleasure, making a prostate orgasm fully possible. In numerous reports, prostate stimulation has been found to be more intense than genital stimulation, leading some individuals to prefer prostate orgasms over conventional ones.

The gland is located near the inferior posterior end of the urinary bladder in males. Given its position, there is no way to directly stimulate the prostate. Most individuals interested in inducing a prostate orgasm do so by massaging the gland through the anterior rectal wall, accessed via the anus. Individuals can use their fingers or other implements to locate the chestnut-sized organ and gently rub it. If the intensity and frequency of the stimulation is sufficient, individuals will be able to achieve orgasm.

Medical experts believe that the prostate massages used to achieve orgasms can be beneficial to an individual's long-term health. As early as the 1960s, doctors had been using prostate orgasm as a treatment for prostate swelling; in some cases of prostatitis, the massage was sometimes sufficient enough to cure patients of the condition. This has led some experts to argue that continued prostate massaging can help prevent common prostate disorders.

Some individuals, however, might encounter health risks while trying to achieve a prostate orgasm. A number of cases have been reported in which patients rupture the rectal wall during prostate stimulation, resulting in hemorrhaging. Any injury to the rectal wall can also increase the risk of serious infections. Over-stimulation of the prostate, on the other hand, can cause severe damage to the organ and increase the likelihood of medical complications.

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Discussion Comments

By anon1004042 — On Nov 02, 2020

Been trying for about six month wonderful feeling but no orgasm?

Will keep trying as the sensation is something that I have never had with masturbation-manage about forty minutes then give up maybe I need to do longer?

Sometimes I discharge a clear fluid which must be a good sign?

By anon1002039 — On Aug 22, 2019

I started playing with my prostate about 6 months ago and what I've learned about myself is amazing. With the "normal" penile stimulation and ejaculation it's almost always "One-and-done" and then no matter how much I want to continue my body says no, we will wait.

With prostate orgasms, I can orgasm over and over again. Each orgasm is stronger than the previous orgasm. It's like riding a continuously building wave, growing stronger and higher with each orgasm. I can easily have 40-50 orgasms in an hour using a G-Spot dildo.

My penis usually remains limp the entire time as I focus all my attention on the building pleasure within my rear. I usually drip a ton of fluid when each orgasm occurs. I did finally ejaculate from prostate stimulation only recently once.

A penile orgasm and ejaculation is great but the multiple prostate orgasms is incredible! As a married straight male, I love my wife, but when I am alone my prostate orgasms are all I focus on. I can do one-and done (penile) or knock out 100+ prostate orgasms in a couple hours with the right toy. I love my new-found ability to be multi-orgasmic. Luckily after explaining this to my wife she has agreed to use a strap-on with me. I can't wait for this next episode! Gary D

By anon1001991 — On Aug 11, 2019

I never knew anything about the prostate gland until recently. I began masturbation probably earlier than most I guess at the age of 9 or 10, even before I produced semen.

Not being the best looking guy in the world, I never managed to get myself a girlfriend (I’m straight by the way) but I always had the urge to stick stuff in my bottom quite early on in my teens. Not being very sexually aware, I didn’t understand why I wanted to do this and so never actually “did” anything about it until my early 20’s.

My anal virginity was lost to an old 6in tall salt shaker and Vaseline (Vaseline, not recommended I know but I didn’t know better then) It took several failed attempts to insert this, but I knew not to push anything and luckily I never hurt myself. When I finally did manage to get insertion, it was a really intense moment and I think the mental stimulus alone was enough to make me come quicker than normal whenever I did this.

I continued to use my salt shaker for many many years, never inserting it more than around 3 inches of its 6 inch length, as this was as far as it wanted to go, so I never pushed it. The more I used my improvised dildo the actual penetration of it became more and more important to me, I felt I was able to become both male and female protagonist in my sex play.

One particular day in my mid-twenties I inadvertently sank deeper onto my sex toy than I anticipated. I remember it so clearly as the dildo became much wetter than usual and it was penetrating me very very easily. I would often ride this without any stimulation of my penis until I wanted to come, but on this particular day I ended up rocking backwards and forwards with it more deeply inserted, as opposed to bouncing up and down. I suddenly felt (it’s hard to describe) a really, really intense feeling deep inside the lower part of my body (rather than at the head of my penis,) that just kept on growing in intensity. This caused a sort of chain reaction that almost immediately caused me to begin violently ejaculating. I could feel my Heart really thumping, and my breathing was so hard, for 10-15 seconds had absolutely no control over my body, something I’ve never experienced before.

I genuinely thought I was going to pass out the feelings were so intense! I can clearly remember thinking at the time, if I pass out now what is this going to look like if someone comes home and finds me!!

Completely and utterly the most intense and exhausting thing I’ve ever done, period.

But, I never put that experience down to the prostate. I was concentrating at the time at being hopelessly penetrated by my make shift dildo, and put the experience down to my mental state being aligned with my feminine desires perhaps.

I’ve now graduated from my old “salt shaker” to using two proper silicone dildos of 6 and 8 inches. The six inch I can take fully, and the eight is more about being fully stretched. However, I can now hit my prostate with the six inch if I take it’s full length and ride cowgirl style. The feeling is even more intense (if that’s possible!) if I can tie my dildo to a small tree that’s at an angle of 30 or so degrees and straddle it with my legs wide open.

It would appear that my prostate is much further inside my body than what most people say, as I need to be deeply penetrated to achieve that mind blowing orgasm. I’ve tried to feel for that “walnut” with my finger 2 to 3 inches inside, but the only thing I can feel is about 4 inches in and what feels like part of my pelvic bone, its really at the very limits of my finger length.

I’d like to be able to massage mine like many guys on here have said, as it would be interesting to see if I could have a prostate orgasm without it actually sending me over the edge to having a full blown (very messy) ejaculation.

If I could give advice on my experience, I would say that if you can’t feel the prostate where it should be, or you have no feeling at all in that area, it might be further inside your body than you’re poking, you might want to try a little deeper (however take care if you’re not used to doing this)

Sorry for the length of this comment. It wasn’t meant to be this long!

By anon1001639 — On May 27, 2019

I would like to stimulate my husband's prostate, but I am not sure how far to put my finger up his anus in order to find it. I want to do it correctly the first time so he enjoys it and would be willing to try it again. Can anyone give me some instructions? Everyone says to do the research but nobody gives actual details on how to do it.

By anon1001519 — On May 01, 2019

I start my day off with a hot shower, and part of my ritual is my prostate massage. I discovered prostate fun about 15 years ago. Mind you, I have always felt pleasant sensations from anal play. I usually have between five and ten orgasms each session. The orgasms are usually more intense than a standard penis stimulation variety. I sometime ooze a milky liquid that resembles semen but not always.

The orgasms can be so intense that my back will crunch as if by a chiropractor. It feels great. I am sixty years old now and enjoy this activity daily. My wife is aware that I do this. She does not participate, but I highly recommend that all men should get in there and experience this pleasure.

I have pushed the limits and enjoyed no less than 50 orgasms in a long session. It never wears out or diminishes in pleasure. No tools or toys required, just two fingers inserted when in a squatting position. Great fun - highly recommended!

By anon1001417 — On Apr 09, 2019

I have found that I can orgasm about every 5 to 10 min over a period of 2 hours. Most of these are very intense and mind blowing. Guys that don't know about this are missing some of the best pleasures our bodies can give us.

By anon1000888 — On Jan 20, 2019

I had run across this topic after researching for an enlarged prostate after a doctor visit. In doing my research, I found that the prostate can be anywhere from one finger digit up to six inches up toward the bellybutton, but I could not find my prostate gland anywhere, and this after my doctor made his observation from only what felt like one finger digit.

Disgusted with not finding the prostate myself, I used my wife’s 6” dildo and a lot of lubricant to probe, and I still found nothing stimulated except my sphincter stretching and contracting. I then got her 12” vibrator that was about an inch and a half thick and entered my rectum, slowly sliding it up the inside front toward my bellybutton and still nothing. After having at least 10” inside of me, I came to the conclusion that at least my prostate wasn’t enlarged because nothing felt like it was protruding into my bowel area.

Several weeks went by and through more research, I ran across the maximum hands-off super O theory. I checked out some videos of men, hands off having super ejaculations due to prostate stimulation. Once again I recovered my wife’s vibrator, lay on my side and lubed up until it was running out of me. This time I didn’t turn the vibrator on. I slowly slipped it in and again up my rectum, and still nothing. I adjusted into the prone position and fumbling to grip the now well lubed vibrator, my sphincter started to close engulfing all twelve inches, when the tip of the vibrator just below the bellybutton hit a place that paralyzed me and I gasped for air, started to pant and sweat excessively. I managed to adjust myself and the vibrator slid back out of me. At a depth of over 12” I thought I found it.

After taking a few moments to gather myself and drink some water, I knew I was going to need more length. My wife had a lot of toys from being single for some time and I found a cheap penis extension sleeve still wrapped in plastic that fit over the vibrator. The problem I felt was that it felt like it added another inch in girth passing through the sphincter. I’m sure I made a lot of mistakes hurrying to reach my final goal, but I moved the vibrator up to the position until I felt the same sensation, rolled over to the prone and it hit me like a ton of bricks. I had enough length to barely move it and I was sweating, my legs were jerking, and my body was trembling. After a few minutes, it seemed to dull down and I decided to turn on the vibrator, that’s when it hit me. I had never felt anything like this feeling before, but it definitely was an anal orgasm.

After collapsing on the floor and about tearing the carpet from the floor, I did notice I did have a small amount of ejaculate, but nothing like anything I saw on any video. It was the single greatest sexual experience I have had alone.

I haven’t done it since, due to set up time and me being afraid to get to rough with myself. I have started to explore sphincter stimulation to achieve hands-off orgasm, which is hit and miss most times, but the journey continues.

By anon999436 — On Jan 05, 2018

I achieved my first super O's today and I hope the neighbors didn't hear. I was panting to the point of hyperventilating, bucking everywhere, and making noises I'd never heard come out of my mouth.

I continued once I composed myself and had another that was even better than the first. I did get ejaculate both times, and the second time was much more than usual.

It's now over an hour later and I'm still feeling a warm glow throughout my body and smiling like a doofus.

By anon999200 — On Nov 15, 2017

I have not been able to get an erection or ejaculate due to a back issue where I had nerve damage. I tried prostate massage and had an ejaculation. It felt great.

By neverlate555 — On Aug 02, 2016

Prostate Stimulators are on the market. Lelo Products, Bruno , and the remote one is better. They're easy to use and pack a punch. Sometimes semen, sometimes not, but twice the orgasm feeling.

By anon996186 — On Jul 21, 2016

Pretty good info and comments here, guys!

I'm absolutely positive this is one of the most useful things a man could do for his sexuality and satisfaction, but most people seem to know jack about the topic. Glad to have learned a bit about it here.

By anon996059 — On Jul 03, 2016

I can't orgasm. I've felt close, but no luck so far.

By anon995466 — On May 01, 2016

I've reached a major milestone in my prostate orgasm experience. I no longer need the Aneros Prostate massager to achieve even more satisfying and long lasting prostate orgasms! After a good nigh'ts sleep, I find that my absolute best orgasms, which can and do last for 1 or 2 hours when I have the time.

Many times I start my session at 6 a.m. and finish at 8 a.m., fully satisfied after countless multiple orgasms, and I'm not talking 5 or 10, I'm talking about 50 or more. Don't misunderstand me: these orgasms are non-ejaculatory -- no semen shooting out of my penis, but they are all internal orgasms that include all of the same orgasmic sensations, plus much much more, but minus the ejaculation!

Yes guys, it's no joke. It's possible and I enjoy it almost every day! I call it my secret superpower that I walk around every day knowing I am capable of doing this amazing thing for myself, and it is every bit as amazing as I'm trying to describe to you here! You can do it too, if you follow the advice on the Aneros Wiki and forum sites! I also know that life is not only about sex, but having this ability is something this 55 year old father of three never expected to accomplish -- ever!

By anon995460 — On May 01, 2016

I would like to tr this with my wife. No luck so far, she is not interested.

By anon994694 — On Feb 29, 2016

I also have experienced a super orgasm of the prostate and it is truly mind-blowing. Stimulating the prostate definitely is something every guy should try at least once!

By anon990875 — On May 13, 2015

The Aneros Prostate Massagers are designed, by a doctor, to enable the prostate to be massaged safely every time without exception! As a user starting my third year, I can attest to how well they work! Yes, there is a learning curve, but not on how to use the aneros, only on how you learn how to recognize the subtle sensations that we men are not sufficiently familiar with in that part of our bodies! Some of you might identify with the pleasant feeling you get when you poop! It's a brief, usually pleasant, sensation!

That little sensation is magnified by the aneros massager, and, with time and patience, that sensation can turn into full blown multiple orgasms that go on for hours! It's all up to you to relax and focus on the pleasant feelings and with practice, you can find yourself experiencing orgasms so amazing you'll wonder how every man doesn't know how to do this also! --TG

By anon982563 — On Dec 21, 2014

It took me two years of trying but I finally achieved an orgasm with ejaculation by only anal stimulation. It felt so good. I came close a few times but practice made perfect this time. It is truly a wonderful sensation.

By anon346699 — On Aug 30, 2013

Fine, but I don't think that comparing the prostate with the female G-spot is a good comparison. The prostate is a very real entity, while the existence of a female G-spot is heavily questioned by most researchers nowadays. Most of them have concluded that the sensitive area that some women feel inside the vagina is nothing more than clitoral nerves, and in fact, most women appear not to have them. So I don't think that making artificial and unscientific comparisons helps to understand the way the prostate works very much.

By anon344438 — On Aug 09, 2013

As someone who has had what is known as a super orgasm, I can tell you, if you are not exploring what your prostate can do for your sex life, you are missing out on something pretty cool! I'm married, kids, full-time job, the whole thing, and my prostate is now a very good friend! How about having one hour long multiple orgasms for starters? Check it out, guys!

By anon341126 — On Jul 08, 2013

My most explosive and powerful orgasms have been through prostate stimulation via the anus with both vibrating and non vibrating toys designed for anal insertion. To share this type of intense sensation with a lover is even more incredible. Sadly, most won't even get there alone.

By Mor — On Jul 06, 2013

@pleonasm - I suspect that people do the most damage when they are acting out kinky fantasies, without researching how to do them right. I mean, when you think about it, there are millions of people all over the world who engage in anal sex all the time, almost certainly stimulating the prostate while doing it, and they don't have any trouble.

One thing to remember, aside from doing your research, is to make sure that you use a condom on whatever toys you might choose to use for this. It helps to ensure that they aren't going to be contaminated with bacteria.

By pleonasm — On Jul 05, 2013

@Ana1234 - It's unfortunate that men and women rarely hear about this area, barring the misinformation that often gets thrown around by women's magazines ("Prostrate him with his prostate!").

All that is really needed is a well placed, well lubed finger. And permission to use it of course. Going there without permission is not a good idea at all.

By Ana1234 — On Jul 04, 2013

I suspect that, most of the time, injuries to the prostate are not caused by gentle stimulation, but from men getting carried away, or indulging in unsafe activities. I don't want people to get the idea that stimulating the prostate gland is, in itself, a dangerous activity, because it isn't.

But the anus and that area of the body are fairly delicate and can be easily damaged if men (or women for that matter) use inappropriate objects or force, without decent lubricant.

Perhaps because it's such a taboo area, people don't think it needs to be treated with care. Personally, I'd rather see the taboo go and more people treating it with common sense.

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